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Latest Past Events

A Transatlantic History of Fashion and Film in Post-War Italy

Dorothea's House 120 John Street, Princeton

Eugenia Paulicelli, Professor of Italian, Comparative Literature, Film and Women’s Studies with the City University of New York, Queens College and The Graduate Center, will present an illustrated lecture on film and fashion’s contribution to Italy’s economic reconstruction and moral…

lL Sorriso di Caterina/Caterina’s Smile

Dorothea's House 120 John Street, Princeton

Carlo Vecce, a professor at Orientale University in Naples, and renowned scholar in the life and works of Leonardo da Vinci, recently made a surprising discovery about Leonardo’s mother Caterina. Vecce will talk about his novel “Il Sorriso di Caterina”…

Humanity and Progress: Olivetti S.p.A.

Dorothea's House 120 John Street, Princeton

Before Apple took the world by storm, there was Olivetti, founded in 1908 with a unique business model emphasizing employee welfare, redistributive earnings and a work environment offering cultural and educational opportunities. Andrea Capra, Cotsen Postdoctoral Fellow in Princeton University’s…

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